"Truth seldom is pleasant; it is almost invariably bitter. A loss of courage may be the most striking feature which an outside observer notices in the West in our days..." Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Commencement address at Harvard University , June 8, 1978

Wednesday, 17 June 2009


1,500 local people have contacted the Swindon Borough Council in response to the building of about 12,000 houses, which has been proposed for farm land between South Marston and Wanborough. The development has rightly been criticized by local residents because it will have detrimental effects on congestion, flooding and have a huge impact on rural life.

The project called the Eastern Development Area (EDA), is unsuitable for the proposed location and will cause more flooding problems for Covingham and surrounding areas. The infrastructure according to the Swindon Advertiser and the Stratton Outlook, will be inadequate as will be the funding be.

The council, being their usual deceitful self’s , launched the public consultation on the quite, in hope that the public wouldn’t speak out against the project until it was to late. These career politicians don’t care about the wants and needs of the local people, their only concern is how they can line their pockets.

The Swindon National Front is opposed to the EDA because these houses are not needed. The reason for the development they say is because of the population growth. However, what they don’t tell you is that for the most part, population growth can be put down to mass immigration. Obviously, there are other factors, such as the increase in family breakdown where one parent leaves the family home ect.

What the traitors in parliament and in local Council must realise is that we are a small country with limited space. We cannot keep building houses on farmland. Our beautiful, and green countryside is being urbanised over to build concrete jungles.

The Swindon NF will be launching a campaign in the next week to put pressure on the council, in hope to stop this development, or at least, in hope that they will rectify the blatant money making (at least for the councillors) flaws in the development.


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